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Marble Valley Players have lost their marbles

Photo courtesy of Judy Wideawake
Marble Valley Players cast members (L-R) Gena Wener, Carol Ann G. Martin, Beth Wolven, Thomas Hartigan, Michael Kingsbury, and Justin Enzor.

The Lost Marbles are on a roll again! Come experience the challenging and unpredictable adventure of  "Comedy Improv" presented by the Marble Valley Players' "Lost Marbles."

Gary Thompson will host this dinner/theater show which is loosely based on the popular TV show "Whose Line Is It Anyway?". The show will consist of a panel of six veteran performers who create characters, scenes and songs on the spot. Topics for the improvisations will be  based on either audience suggestions or prompts from the host. The performers this year will include Justin Enzor, Thomas Hartigan, Michael Kingsbury, Carol Ann Martin, Gena Wener, and Beth Wolven.

Bring your ideas and your appetites since your ticket includes the South Station's famous, full buffet dinner complete with hand-carved turkey and beef and sumptuous dessert trays.

Performances will be held on Friday Jan. 18 and Saturday, Jan. 19, (gathering 5:30 p.m., dinner 6 p.m., show 7:30 p.m.) at the South Station Restaurant, Trolley Square, 170 South Main St., Rutland. Tickets are $35. Pre-payment and reservations are recommended as seating is limited. Please call Bobbie Torstenson for reservations and additional information at 247-6778. For reservations to join in the fun, call 802-247-6778.